Vol. 21, No. 1 (2000)

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Poetry
CHRISTINA DAVIS  1999/  Habeas Corpus
GERI DORAN  Barn Burning/  White Nile
JENNIFER GROTZ  Between the Dog and the Wolf/  The Floating World
SUE KWOCK KIM  Translations from the Mother Tongue
COREY MARKS  Littoral/  Minotaur
CATE MARVIN  Weather to Reel For/  World’s Tallest Disaster
ANDRES ROJAS  Cain’s Curse/  Verlaine After Mons
NATASHA TRETHEWAY  At Dusk/  Countess P—’s Advice for New Girls
PIMONE TRIPLETT  Past Light/  To My Cousin in Bangkok, Age Sixteen
KAREN VOLKMAN  Untitled
CHRISTIAN WIMAN  Hard Night/  Reading Herodotus
MARK WUNDERLICH  The Meeting/  Poem Beginning with a Line by Cavafy
DAVID YEZZI  Chekhovian Landscape
MONICA YOUN  103 Korean Martyrs/  Stedilijk

Fiction
HENRY SHUKMAN  Castaway
STEVE ALMOND  A Dream of Sleep
BROCK CLARKE  Carrying the Torch
GLEN POURCIAU  Deep Wilderness
BRIAN BOOKER  The Sleeping Sickness
CHRISTOPH HEIN  An Elderly Gentleman, Light as a Feather/  (translated by Mark Harman)
SHEILA MULLIGAN WEBB  Liberty and Cocksparrow

Art
JONATHAN PETROPOULOS  Art Historians and Nazi Plunder

Recollections
DOROTHY NOYES  Goodbye, Goodbye, Goodbye

Letters from Abroad
JOHN VELASCO-DE ARMAS  The End of the World in Rio

Interviews
ROY SCHEELE  A Conversation with W.D. Snodgrass

Cultural Documents
PEGGY APPIAH AND KWAME ANTHONY APPIAH  Some Akan Proverbs

Revaluations
JONATHAN LEVY  Requiem for a Lightweight: Avery Hopwood and “Serious Theater”

Rediscoveries
HENRY JAMES  Charles Baudelaire



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